Survivors Project, Inc is a nonprofit organization sharing true stories about survivors of domestic violence and raising money for a legal fund to help break down two common barriers to safety: silence/isolation and finances. We give voice to those who have been silenced by shame and fear, provide resources, and eradicate societal stigmas.
Some content may not be suitable for young readers. These are real stories of abuse told from those who survived, or those who continue the fight for justice for those who did not.
Survivors Project will be at the forefront of changing the perception of domestic violence victims and survivors while creating a space for support and community.
Founder and Executive Director
Caroline L. Baxter began her professional writing career as a journalist after graduating from the University at Buffalo with a degree in English and theatre. Baxter received her MFA in writing at SCAD-Atlanta where she was the founding editor of Ivy Hall Review, and the recipient of many awards for her writing including the Gold Circle Award. Baxter freelanced for publications such as Burnaway and Womenetics before starting her own publication Busking at the Seams which covered literature and theatre in and around Atlanta. Most recently she has worked as an arts administrator for Horizon Theatre and 7 Stages. Email: CBaxter@survivorsproject.org
Board of Directors
Tanya Clark has worn many hats in her life from English teacher abroad, professional blogger and contributor, fashion retail manager and most notable to date, being a mother to two young wildlings. Shortly after graduating from Florida State University, she fulfilled her dreams of living and working in Tokyo for several years before returning Stateside. Since coming home, she started T Spoon of Sunshine, her own lifestyle blog and has been featured in Glamour magazine online andPregnancy & Newborn magazine. She is an Atlanta transplant by way of Florida and currently lives there with her family.
Ryan is a practicing family law attorney in the metro-Atlanta area. She recently made the decision to open her own practice, and is currently growing that practice, with an emphasis on using alternative fee structures to assist lower and low income families. She also is the Founder and CEO of JurisBytes Inc, a legal tech startup developing innovative solutions to help bridge the gap between attorney and client communications. Their first product, JurisMS won first place at the American Bar Association’s Startup Alley Pitch Competition in February 2019. In her spare time, Ryan is a competitive ballroom and swing dancer, and also enjoys creating new looks and costumes for cosplay events such as Dragon Con and CONjuration.
Rebecca Stills began her advocacy in college as a member of the Women's Studies Student Organization at the University of Georgia, fundraising for local domestic violence shelters and planning Take Back the Night programs. Her passion for supporting victims of intimate partner violence continued at the Georgia State University College of Law where she interned at the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia and the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation's Safe Families Office in Fulton County. Rebecca currently works as a Judicial Assistant at the Supreme Court of Georgia.